Upcoming Films

The following is a list of upcoming Black films.  These titles are expected to be released in any one or combination of formats including direct-to-theaters, DVD (after theatrical release), direct-to-video (including video-on-demand and streaming), made-for TV/Cable or to be previewed at national film festivals.

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The movie release schedule is preliminary and subject to change.

JANUARY 2018

Proud Mary (1/12/18; In Theaters)

Saturday Church (1/12/18; In Theaters & VOD)

Step Sisters (1/19/18; Netflix)

Monsters and Men (1/19/18; Sundance Film Festival)

Sorry To Bother You (1/20/18; Sundance Film Festival)

Come Sunday (1/21/18; Sundance Film Festival)

Monster (1/22/18; Sundance Film Festival)

Faith Under Fire (1/27/18; Lifetime)

Tyler Perry’s Boo 2!  A Madea Halloween (1/30/18; DVD)

FEBRUARY 2018

Canal Street (2/1/18; In Theaters)

Driving While Black (2/1/18; Limited)

The Simone Biles Story:  Courage to Soar (2/3/18; Lifetime)

The Choir Director (2/5/18; TBA)

Behind The Movement (2/11/18; TV One)

Roman J. Israel, Esq. (2/13/18; DVD)

Black Panther (2/16/18; In Theaters)

MARCH 2018

A Wrinkle In Time (3/9/18; In Theaters)

Acrimony (3/30/18; In Theaters)

APRIL 2018

No More Mr. Nice Guy (4/9/18; TBA)

Traffik (4/27/18; In Theaters)

The Family Business (5/11/18; In Theaters)

AUGUST 2018

Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral (8/3/18; In Theaters)

NOVEMBER 2018

Widows (11/16/18; In Theaters)

For a list of Black movies in production see our Rumored or Announced Projects page.

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See our About Us page for information regarding this site’s criteria of what constitutes Black film.  Please feel free to contact us with updates, errors or omissions.

 

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3 thoughts on “Upcoming Films

  1. I would like old black cast movie, starring Lena Horne, Rachesther, Amos and Andy to show my grandchildren, they no nothing about black film history.

    • Hello Mr. Wilson. You might consider watching “Pioneers of African American Cinema” with your grandchildren. The collection is available on Netflix or DVD and includes more than 20 films made for black audiences between 1915 to 1946.

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